March 26, 2019

41st annual MFA thesis exhibition

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston

Dylan Connor, Knots (detail), 2018. Plaster and steel. Dimensions variable. 

Each spring, the University of Houston School of Art and Blaffer Art Museum proudly present the work of the Masters of Fine Arts degree candidates from the school’s five studio art programs: Graphic Design, Interdisciplinary Practice and Emerging Forms, Painting, Photography/Digital Media, and Sculpture. The exhibition showcases highly developed bodies of work produced in a studio intensive environment over a three-year degree program.

School of Art 2019 Masters of Fine Arts candidates: Erin Carty, Angel Castelan, Jimmy Castillo, Jinyong Choi, Dylan Conner, Leticia Contreras, Sunni Forcier, Rafael Gamero, Madison Luetge, Karen Martinez, Melissa Noble, Robert Redfearn, Amanda Shilling, Derek Witucki, Hoaxing Zhang

UH School of Art Faculty
Keliy Anderson-Staley, Nick Barbee, Cheryl Beckett, Michael Ray Charles, Jillian Conrad, Beckham Dossett, Dana Frankfort, Francis Giampietro, Sibylle Hagman, Jack Hanna, Natilee Harren, Rachel Hecker, Stephan Hillerbrand, Yoon Kim, Paul Kittelson, Rex Koontz, Rick Lowe, Patrick Masterson, Anna Mayer, Fiona McGettigan, Abinadi Meza, Delilah Montoya, H. Rodney Nevitt, Jr, Luisa Orto, Aaron Parazette. David Politzer, Leopoldine Prosperetti, John Reed, Raphael Rubinstein, Gael Stack, Judith Steinhoff, Roberto Tejada, Joshua Unikel, Sandra Zalman

About the University of Houston School of Art
The UH School of Art at the Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts offers a MFA in Studio Art and a MA in Art History. Known for its flexibility, innovation, and access to the vast resources of a premier research institution in a world-class cultural center, the University of Houston School of Art Graduate Programs present a dynamic opportunity for the study of art, design, art history, theory, criticism, and curatorial practice.

About the Blaffer Art Museum
The Blaffer Art Museum is the contemporary art museum of the University of Houston. Founded in 1973, the Blaffer endeavors to further the understanding of contemporary art through exhibitions, publications, and public programs. As the gateway between the University of Houston’s Central campus and the City of Houston, Blaffer Art Museum is a catalyst for creative innovation, experimentation, and scholarship. Its exhibitions and programs are free and open to the public, create community through dialogue and participation, and inspire an appreciation for the visual arts as a vital force in shaping contemporary culture.

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